I'm using an Exit button, a control block (when click) and close application. This always appears to work, the App vanishes off the screen, but the App is still in recent Apps(overview) so I guess still running. Am I using the wrong command?
All android apps do this. Android holds "closed" apps in its recent cache, in case they are recalled within a few minutes or so. After that the app will be completely closed.
How long are we calling a few minutes?
Sorry, probably not about time, but about memory
Actually, the app stays dormant until the Android requires more memory. This is a quirk of Android apps. You can shut an app
down immediately by following this advice: https://www.google.com/search?q=close+down+android+app&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS887US887&oq=close+down+android+app&aqs=chrome..69i57.5814j0j9&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8.
It is not possible to do this with code.
So basically keep doing what I do there is no short cut for this one, Thanks guys.
Here is a new extension for that:
Thanks I will try that, I hadn't seen it before
You couldn't do that either, the extension was just created.
Brilliant, I touch Exit it vanishes and I don't have to go into recent app because it is gone
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